You will find the SU Shop to your left as you enter the John Hume Building's main entrance. While your MSU Londis isn’t located in the SU Building, it is run by our shop manager Brian Torley and his team on your behalf. Our aim is to provide great products and service at student-friendly prices.
We are student-focussed and are proud to; support and promote the nominated MSU charity of the year; actively support and engage with student campaigns and events and; support student wellbeing around exams.
OPENING HOURS UPDATE, SEPTEMBER 2020
NOTE: Coronavirus restrictions means the following changes to our opening hours and services.
MSU Opening Hours for Study Week (Oct. 26-30):
Londis (John Hume) - Wed - Fri 8:30am - 4pm (3pm Fri)
MSU Londis @ JH:
Mon-Thur, 08.30-18.00 - Fri; 08.30-15.00
Hours subject to change in response to numbers on campus.
During Term: 8.30am-7pm (Monday to Thursday) and 8.30am-4pm (Friday)
Out of Term: 9am-3pm Monday to Friday
Products & Services:
- Tea - Speciality and Fair Trade varieties available
- 'Seattles Best' Coffee
- Hot Chocolate - Students tell us its the tastiest Hot Chocolate in town!
- Smooch Ice-Cream
- A range of vegan and vegetarian sandwiches / wraps
- All your gym / workout needs catered for with fresh fruit / protein bars and protein milk available daily
- Payzone - Pay your bills, your M50 Toll or Top Up your mobile
- Leap Card Top Up
- Mobile Chargers & Tech
We run regular special offers and meal deals- keep an eye out on social media and for posters in the shop.
Watch out for exciting prizes and offers throughout the year on our social media platforms. Search @msulondis on Instagram and Facebook.
We welcome your views and opinions! If you would like to see something in the shop just have a word with one of our staff and we can see if we can make it happen. Equally- if you have any issues or concerns just let us know and we will work to address them.
Sustainability is important to us. We encourage everyone to carry a keep-cup for their tea/coffee. That said- all of our cups are compostable, so you can pop them in the brown bins on campus.